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Diabel Cissokho, Kadiale Kouyate, Finn Peters

Max Reinhardt's varied selection of music features a special collaborative session involving Diabel Cissokho and Kadiale Kouyate on koras, and Finn Peters on saxophone and flute.

For this month's Collaboration Session we feature a trio who came together for the London Jazz Festival earlier this month, Diabel Cissokho and Kadiale Kouyate on koras, and Finn Peters on sax and flute. Plus a tune from Joseph Tawadros's oud-led jazz quartet, Rapoon's exploratory jazz musings, Yasmin Levy's take on a Piazzolla tango classic, harpist Ruth Wall's timely reworking of a seasonal classic, a new work by Charlotte Bray performed by Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and a track from US controversialist Elisa Ambrogio, who approaches her audiences thus: "If you don't like it, start your own band." Presented by Max Reinhardt.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Joseph Tawadros

    Forbidden Fruit

    Performer: John Abercombie. Performer: Jack DeJohnette. Performer: Joseph Tawadros. Performer: John Patitucci.
    • The Rough Guide To Arabic Jazz.
    • World Music Network.
    • 8.
  • John Henry Hopkins, Jr.

    We Three Kings

    Performer: Ruth Wall.
    • The Three Harps of Christmas.
    • GFR.
    • 13.
  • Traditional Zambian

    Taiyaka

    Performer: Ngoma Roots Band.
    • Zambia Roadside 2.
    • SWP Records.
    • 15.
  • Luther McDaniels

    Italian Swiss Colony Whine Spot/W-P-L-J

    Performer: The Four Deuces. Composer: The Four Deuces. Composer: Ray Dobard.
    • Music City Vocal Groups: Rock'n'Roll It, Mambo, Stroll It.
    • Ace Records.
    • 16.
  • Anon.

    Ecce quod natura

    Performer: The Hilliard Ensemble.
    • Transeamus.
    • ECM New Series.
    • 10.
  • Elliott Sharp

    All The Klangs You Are

    Performer: Gareth Davis.
    • Studio Neue Musik (WDR Radio, Germany).
  • Astor Piazzolla

    Vuelvo al Sur

    Performer: Yechiel Hasson. Lyricist: Fernando 'Pino' Solanas. Performer: Yasmin Levyft. Performer: Amijai Shalev.
    • Tango.
    • World Music Village.
    • 6.
  • Charlotte Bray

    Caught In Treetops, Pt. 2

    Performer: Alexandra Wood. Conductor: Oliver Knussen. Ensemble: Birmingham Contemporary Music Group.
    • Charlotte Bray: At the Speed of Stillness.
    • NMC.
    • 13.
  • Let Spin

    Awowowa

    • Let Spin.
    • EFPI Records.
    • 2.
  • Olivier Messiaen

    Morceau de lecture à vue

    Performer: Peter Hill.
    • La Fauvette Passirenette: A Messiaen Premiere, With Birds, Landscapes & Homages.
    • Delphian Records.
    • 16.
  • Rapoon

    Je Veux De L'Amour (Edit)

    • Cultural Forgeries.
    • Alrealon.
    • 15.
  • Kadialy Kouyate

    Sama

    Performer: Kadialy Kouyate. Performer: Finn Peters. Performer: Diabel Cissokho.
    • Late Junction Session: November 2014.
  • Kadialy Kouyate, Finn Peters & Diabel Cissokho

    Talibe

    • Late Junction Session: November 2014.
  • Gary Bartz

    Celestial Blues

    Performer: Kadialy Kouyate. Performer: Finn Peters. Composer: Finn Peters. Performer: Diabel Cissokho.
    • Late Junction Session: November 2014.
  • Flying Lotus, Brandon Coleman, Ronald Bruner, Jr., Thundercat & Kamasi Washington

    Cold Dead

    • You're Dead!.
    • Warp Records.
    • 3.
  • Dogs, Ilulissat, Greenland

    Music Planet

    • BBC Recording.

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